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Still Life Photography: Elevate Your Brand with Affordable Prices

LenFlash is a high-end product photography studio that specializes in delivering creative still life and commercial product photography services for businesses. We work closely with our clients to develop a still life photography concept that aligns with their vision, be it for fashion, jewelry, beauty, or creative advertising content. Our pricing guide offers affordable hourly and day rates that suit your budget needs.

As a leading provider of commercial product photography, we believe that an object's value can only be fully translated through the lens of an experienced advertising photographer. Our dedicated team is committed to delivering the best commercial advertising photography services that will help boost your sales and marketing efforts.

Still life photography is a genre that captures inanimate objects arranged deliberately to convey a specific message. Its artistry lies in capturing the beauty, detail, and aesthetic qualities of various objects, including products and nature. Our skilled still life photographers use a range of techniques to capture your product's beauty and details, resulting in visually appealing images that grab attention and make an impact. We recommend creating compositions with various props in different layouts and considering light direction to achieve optimal results.

We take pride in delivering top-notch still life product photography, including promotional advertising photos for your social media and web page ads. We specialize in flat lay clothing still life tabletop photography and other products to help you achieve your goals for successful creative fashion and jewelry shoots customized for your business. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your still life photography, commercial product photography, and advertising photography needs.

A Brief Look at the History of Still Life Photography

Early days of photography (1839-1900):

Still life photography was first used for commercial purposes, such as product advertising and catalog photography. Early still life photographs were often very simple, with a single object or a small group of objects arranged in a straightforward way.

Early 20th century (1900-1950): 

Still life photography began to take on a more artistic sensibility in the early 20th century. Photographers such as Edward Weston and Alfred Stieglitz began to use still life photography as a way to explore the formal qualities of photography, such as light, shadow, and composition. These photographers' work helped to establish still life photography as a legitimate form of artistic expression.

Mid-20th century (1950-1980): 

Still life photography began to be used more widely in advertising and marketing in the mid-20th century. Photographers such as Irving Penn and Ansel Adams created iconic images of products and brands, which helped to shape the way we see and interact with the world around us.

Late 20th and early 21st century (1980-present): 

Still life photography has continued to evolve in the late 20th and early 21st century. The development of digital photography has made it possible for photographers to create high-quality still life images with greater ease and flexibility than ever before. The rise of social media has created a new platform for still life photographers to share their work and connect with a wider audience.

Today, still life photography is a diverse and vibrant field. Photographers use still life photography to create everything from commercial images to fine art photographs. Still life photography is a powerful tool that can be used to communicate ideas, evoke emotions, and simply to celebrate the beauty of the world around us.

What are the pricing options for still life photography services?

LenFlash offers competitive commercial still life photography services with the flexibility for clients to customize rates, ensuring accessibility and affordability. Our discounted hourly and day rates for commercial product photographers are highly valued by our clientele compared to other studios. The initial hourly rate is $450 USD, with increasing discounts per hour as more hours are booked, reaching the maximum discount at 8 hours. To benefit from our exceptional pricing, we invite clients to reach out to our studio for detailed information on photoshoot rates and other service pricing guides.

What is still life photography?

Still life photography captures arranged inanimate objects that convey a specific message. It highlights the beauty, detail, and aesthetic qualities of various objects and is often used in product advertising and commercial photography. By utilizing various techniques, photographers can create visually appealing images that draw viewers in and make them want to learn more about the product. It can enhance a product's visibility and increase sales, as seen in brands like Apple or Nike. Consider still life photography to take your product photography to the next level.  

What are the benefits of using still life photography for my business?

Still life photography can be a great way to promote your products or services. Well-composed still life images can help to:

Capture attention: When done well, still life photography can be very eye-catching. This can help to draw attention to your products or services and encourage potential customers to learn more.

Convey a message: Still life photography can be used to convey a variety of messages, such as luxury, quality, or value. By carefully choosing your subject matter and composition, you can create images that communicate the message you want to send to your target audience.

Build brand identity: When used consistently, still life photography can help to build your brand identity. By creating a cohesive set of images that use the same colors, styles, and themes, you can create a visual identity that will help your business stand out from the competition.

What are the similarities and differences between still life and flat lay photography?

Still life photography and flat lay photography are both types of still life photography, but they differ in their approach and composition. Still life photography typically features objects arranged in a specific manner, often with the use of props and lighting to create a visually appealing composition. Flat lay photography, on the other hand, is a specific style of still life photography where objects are arranged on a flat surface and photographed from above. This overhead perspective creates a bird's-eye view of the subject matter.

Will LenFlash provide a creative team to help me come up with ideas for my photoshoot?

At LenFlash, we also offer an expert creative team specializing in developing top-notch photoshoot concepts that perfectly align with our clients' visions and desired aesthetic. Our team includes a highly skilled Creative Director, Art Director, and Stylist, each with years of experience in the industry. We encourage our clients to brainstorm and conduct extensive research to create a mood board reflecting their desired concept. Additionally, by preparing your props and uploading photography with your directions, you can save costs on our stylist, art director, prop specialist, and more! Trust us to bring your vision to life!

Do I need to bring my own props and backgrounds for still life photography?

LenFlash provides some props and backgrounds, but we encourage our clients to bring their own to ensure a cohesive and visually appealing aesthetic. Our team will collaborate with you to select the most suitable props and backgrounds that match your brand and product style. If you don't have any props or backgrounds, we can provide them for you, but using your own items will give you greater creative control over the final product. 

When selecting props and backgrounds for your still life photography session, there are a few things to consider. Firstly, think about your brand and product style – what colors, textures, and shapes are associated with it? What mood do you want to convey through your photos? Additionally, ensure that the props and backgrounds complement each other to create an integrated and visually appealing image. Finally, don't be afraid to experiment – there are no rules when it comes to choosing props and backgrounds. The key is to have fun and be creative.